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Darkfever by Karen Marie Moning
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I LOVED IT! Dang, this book was good. There's a crazy cliffhanger ending, though. So if you read it, make sure you have the sequel closeby.
Mac Lane goes to Dublin to avenge her sister's death. She's a preppy blonde who worries about breaking a nail or what clothes she's going to wear the next day. But that all changes really fast.
Soon Mac meets Jericho Barrons, who not only helps her find out what/who she is, but keeps her alive during all of her reckless escapades.
Mac is a sidhe-seer. She sees the Fae. She sees the Unseelie--who are ugly monsters that bring death to oblivious humans, who cannot see the monster behind all the glamour--and the Seelie, who are said to be beautiful.
There are all kinds of different Fae. There is the Gray Man, the Many-Mouthed Thing, the Death-by-sex monster, Shadows, Hunters. They are all destined to do one thing: destroy humans.
What can Mac do--of course, with the help of Barrons--to help kill a race she didn't even know existed, and wasn't sure she wanted to fight?
Let's just say, once you get into it, it's lethally amazing. I can't wait to read number two!

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Quotes Alysha Liked

Karen Marie Moning
“Last night you said you wanted to know what to expect so you could better select your attire. I told you we were going to visit a vampire in a Goth-den tonight. Why, then, Ms. Lane, do you look like a perky rainbow?”
Karen Marie Moning, Darkfever

Karen Marie Moning
“I love books, by the way, way more than movies. Movies tell you what to think. A good book lets you choose a few thoughts for yourself. Movies show you the pink house. A good book tells you there's a pink house and lets you paint some of the finishing touches, maybe choose the roof style,park your own car out front. My imagination has always topped anything a movie could come up with. Case in point, those darned Harry Potter movies. That was so not what that part-Veela-chick, Fleur Delacour, looked like.”
Karen Marie Moning, Darkfever

Karen Marie Moning
“He raised a brow. 'Petunia, Ms. Lane?'
I scowled. "Ass, Barrons.”
Karen Marie Moning, Darkfever

Karen Marie Moning
“Assume' makes an 'ass' out of 'u' and 'me'.”
Karen Marie Moning, Darkfever

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